ECHOSPORT talks to MK Dons fan Jonathan Harries ahead of tomorrow’s game.

What have you made of the season so far?

"The season has been a bit stop start. Our first game of the season at Bury was postponed so our first game of the season was Shrewsbury Town which was a scrappy 1-o win courtesy of an own goal.

"After that we had a trip to Adams Park where David Wheeler came back to haunt us with a late winner. We then beat Lincoln followed by an absolute howler of a performance against Peterborough which doesn't seem too bad given their results.

"Following that we lost to Accrington Stanley then strung two wins in a row against AFC Wimbledon and Blackpool respect.

"On Tuesday night we suffered a defeat to Ipswich but it was a game of two halves."

What are your hopes for this season?

"My hopes for the season are maybe to break into top 10 in League One. I don't think we have the quality of player like Peterborough Ipswich Sunderland Portsmouth or Coventry but on our day we are more than a match for anyone in the division."

Have you noticed a step up from League One?

"The one big difference for me is League One has more technically gifted players. Maddison is the obvious shout from what I've seen but also McGeady, Curtis Morris and the Lincoln pair of Payne and Grant.

"Also any small mistake and you're punished which is maybe the other thing that separates League One and Two."

Who would you say is Dons' dangerman?

"The dangerman for me at the moment is Sam Nombe. He has pace to burn, strength and determination.

"He has been the surprise player of the season so far.

"H'e still only young and has had a handful of games but he always gets the crowd off their feet."

What's the team news?

"Reeves, Healey andMoore Taylor are definitely out but apart from that we are at full strength."

Predicted line-up:Nichols, Brittain, Poole, Martin, Williams, Lewington, Houghton, Gilbey, Kasumu, Bowery, Nombe